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This Saturday – Gods own orchestra plays Wrexham!

by Ben Davis on 25 September, 2007 | 2 comments

On Saturday 29th September a band who have been proclaimed as the British version of Arcade Fire (with added chewy meatiness) The Strange Death of Liberal England are playing Central Station, Wrexham.

wrexhammusic.co.uk and Central Station are hosting this over 14s gig and in support there is; Matt Nicholls (Camera singer/guitarist), The Kayas and Gintis. Doors are 6pm and entry is £6.

Listen! - myspace.com/tsdole

Press quotes:

“They sound like God’s own orchestra” – Uncut Magazine
“Prevail they shall – they sound like Arcade Fire with tattoos and have a singer so dreamily effete he makes Neil Young seem like a car wash worker” – NME

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2 Comments

  1. WOO HOO!!!!!!

    GINTIS ARE PLAYING ON MY BIRTHDAY NIGHT OUT =D

    Was that a deliberate move? If so then I’m deeply touched haha

  2. poor turn out, but The Kayas were spot on.
    get The Kayas again, but with notice and to headline and they will fill the place.

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